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In this webinar, the speakers will discuss how to examine the precise impact of this pandemic on your business, learn strategies to navigate COVID-19 and identify the areas within your business where resiliency is a competitive advantage. When uncertainty is the new normal, standing still isn’t an option. Drastic changes to working arrangements around the world and ever-changing expectations of customers, employees and governments mean it’s time to examine the variety of risks facing your organization.
From supply chain to working capital, its critical organizations must understand and strategize against their unique level of vulnerability in order to keep moving forward.
The speakers will explain the four impact zones where pandemics wreak havoc on businesses and recommend strategies to help you minimize risk and improve resiliency:
• Liquidity & Cash Flow Management
• Supply & Demand
• External Factors
• People & Labor
About the Presenters:
Jonathan Eaton, Principal, National Supply Chain Practice Leader
Jonathan is the practice leader for Grant Thornton’s National Supply Chain Practice. With over 20 years of Supply Chain experience, Jonathan has spent the majority of his career advising large multinational companies and middle market companies across multiple industry sectors on how to best transform their supply chains. Jonathan is best recognized for his ability to help clients define their supply chain strategy in response to changing market conditions and other disruptive forces and subsequently helping them transform their supply chains to provide higher customer satisfaction while balancing their inventory and service commitments and minimizing their total supply chain costs. Jonathan most recently worked at Chainalytics, LLC where he was an Industry Supply Chain Partner focused on the supply chain issues of a portfolio of the firm’s largest and most complex clients. Prior to that, Jonathan was a Senior Director at IHS with global responsibility for the Supply Chain / MRO Intelligence Practice.
Yvette Connor, Principal, Risk Advisory
Yvette Connor serves as Grant Thornton’s strategic risk management leader within risk advisory services. She has over 25 years of domestic and international risk management experience. Connor provides strategic, enterprise and operational risk services to global, national and regional organizations interested in reducing complexity, increasing transparency and driving risk informed performance. Connor is a risk management leader with experience in ERM, risk transfer/financing, operational risk (including cyber), model risk management and regulatory risk assessments. She ensures performance-driven risk management results with measurable and actionable insights. Prior to joining Grant Thornton, Connor’s experience included leadership roles as a chief risk officer and VP risk management, managing director at a global ERM consulting practice and the head of client engagement for a global insurance and consulting organization. She has a proven record of succeeding in fast-paced environments with changing regulatory and legal requirements, while delivering results that empower strategies and support risk informed decision making.
Chris Stephenson, Principal, Financial Management
Chris Stephenson, an entrepreneur and consultant with over 20 years of experience, is the National Managing Principal of Grant Thornton’s Financial Management practice. Recognized for demonstrating a natural aptitude for leading integrations, acquisitions and technological implementations, Chris has a history of contributing to company growth and expansion throughout his career. Professional focal points include: sales, operations, finance, shared service design, system design and integration, business process outsourcing, negotiation, cross-functional team leadership, complex problem-solving, client relationship management, and project management.
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